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 Richard H. Schnur
Born: 11/06/1947
Died: 07/15/2017
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Richard H. Schnur

Richard H. Schnur, 69, died July 15, 2017 at NY Presbyterian Columbia Milstein Hospital, New York City. A proud  lifelong  Jersey City resident, the son of the late Margaret M. O'Neill Schnur & Francis N. Schnur, born Nov. 6, 1947, he worked in air conditioning & heating for the Jersey City Housing Authority for 23 years. He retired in 2011. 

Beloved husband of Marcella "Chickie" Tyminski Schnur for 47 years: Devoted father of Ann Marie Perry & Richard Schnur: Loving grandfather of Connor Perry & Sarah Schnur: Brother of the late Joseph Schnur  & Mary Katherine Beattie: Dear son-in- law of Marcella Blackmon: Brother-in-law of Joyce & Kevin Worthington & Charles & Theresa Tyminski: Also survived by many cherished nieces & nephews.

Rich was a Friend of Bill for.35 years. He was on the NY State Chaplain Task Force and a U.S. Army Veteran during Vietnam. 


Visiting Tue. 6-8pm & Wed. 4-8 pm at Greenville Memorial Home 374 Danforth Ave. Jersey City. Funeral Thur. July 20, 2017 at 9am from the funeral home. Mass 10am St. Paul the Apostle Church 14 Greenville Ave. (corner Old Bergen Rd. Jersey City. Burial Holy Name Cemetery 823 West Side Ave. Jersey City

 In lieu of flowers: Donations to: American Cancer Society or Popcorn Park Zoo 1 Humane Way Forked R iver NJ 08721.










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Dear Marcy, Ann Marie, Richie, and family, My deepest and most heartfelt sympathy to each of you on Rich's passing. Rich was a gentle, soft spoken, and loving person. I never saw him without a smile. He was always very nice to me. Rich will never be forgotten. May he finally get the much deserved rest and peace from his pain and suffering. May God grant all of you the strength and comfort you will need to get through this very sad and difficult time. I am here for you if you need anything. Love, Pat Meluso
Patricia Meluso
Dear, Chickie,Lil'Richie,and Ann Marie, Your,Husband,..your Dad,was one of the realist people I ever met. Snyder H.S. and beyond. Me being a USMC, Vietnam Veteran,I found it hard to talk to folks about stuff going on with me when I got back home from the War, but I could always talk to Richie about anything and he never judged me or told me I was messed up. Instead he would make suggestions that l would follow that made a difference and impact in my life as he had done with so many others. I, will miss this Warrior,of peace and humane treatment towards all who came into contact with him. Richie, was a good friend,,,and most of all...he knew how to be a friend. My deepest,sincere and heartfelt condolences go out the family of my friend. May you Rest In Paradise and Eternal Peace. Respect and Love, Willis
I am so sorry for your loss Richie was a wonderful man my brother Bobby thought he was the greatest will be missed all my prayers are with you and your family
Madlyn Harvie
I am so sorry for your loss Richie was a wonderful man my brother Bobby thought he was the greatest will be missed all my prayers are with you and your family
Madlyn Harvie
Chickie, Richie, AnnMarie -- We are so sorry for your loss. I'm so sorry we can't be there to show our support, but you all are in our hearts, thoughts, and prayers. xoxo Krista, Matt, Michele and Norah
Krista Threefoot
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